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I am a volunteer Firefighter Paramedic, Swiftwater Rescue Technician Instructor, Basic Life Support Instructor, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor and Pediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor, as well as a PADI Open Water Diver instructor, lifeguard, search and rescue specialist. I regularly teach for a health and safety consulting company specializing on industrial emergency response teams development. Feel free to contact me anytime. I am just an e-mail away from you!
Volunteer for Fire Department's Special Operations Division, Team Leader and active member of an all-volunteer water rescue team and instructor for a training company. I am also a rescue specialist for our local Urban Search and Rescue Task Force.
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR).
I am now a third year medical student as well.
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Hi Joyce, As far as I know, there is no need to reset a CO alarm. The fact that the alarm beeps but there is no subsequent reading does not necessarily mean it was a false alarm. CO may dissipate between
Hi Daniel, The following link provides some insight in terms of the type of physical training you must do in order to prepare for the CPAT. The search event can be simulated fairly easy. Obstacles
Hi! EMS systems are composed of "basic life support (BLS)" providers and "advanced life support (ALS)" providers. EMTs are BLS providers whereas Paramedics are ALS providers. Some systems are BLS-only
Hi Orlando, You are able to take the first part of the NREMT exam in Puerto Rico. You must travel out to do the practical part. Once you finish your paramedic school, you will then be eligible to take
Hi Charles, Most search and rescue involvement opportunities in the US is on a volunteer basis. If you're looking for a full-time job in SAR, I'd suggest armed services. While the US Coast Guard does
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